The large stone drop is settled at Ban Khok Klang, Tambon Pha Nam Yoi. It borders Nong Sung district of Mukdahan province and Kuchi Narai district of Kalasin province. the overall space is regarding twenty,000 rai. It covers a forest with wide kinds of hardwood trees and is home to varied types of wild animals like boar, muntjac, deer, red junglefowl, etc. Pha Nam Yoi rises two hundred metres from the bottom level, and 380-500 metres higher than water level. On hill is settled Wat Pha Namthip Thep Prasit Wanaram, that covers a district of two,500 rai. The temple was designed by Phra Achan Si Maha Wiro, a fan of Phra Achan Man Phurithat. The temple homes Phra Mahachedi Chai Mongkhon, one amongst Thailandís largest chedis that was designed by the Fine Arts Department. The white chedi is embellished with golden motifs, and encircled by smaller chedis at the eight directions. the big chedi is one hundred and one metres wide, one hundred and one metres long, and one hundred and one metres high settled on a bit of land with a district of one hundred and one rai. It homes the relics of the Lord Buddha Associate in Nursingd is superbly adorned with a mix of an ancient and contemporary-style of art. This Phra Mahachedi Chai Mongkhon is settled within the compound of Wat Pha Namthip Thep Prasit Wanaram.